Glantz-Culver Line

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Glantz-Culver Line


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NFL

FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG

Pro Bowl, Sunday, Jan. 27, at Honolulu

NFC 3 1 1/2 (85 1/2) AFC

Super Bowl, Feb. 3, at New Orleans

San Francisco 5 3 1/2 (47 1/2) Baltimore

College basketball

   FAVORITE   LINE   UNDERDOG
   at Mississippi 8 1/2    Tennessee
   VCU 8 1/2   at Richmond
   at Michigan      17      Purdue
   at UALR   5   FAU
   Virginia  3 1/2     at Virginia Tech
   at Florida St.   4 1/2      Clemson
   at La.-Lafayette  4 1/2     FIU
   Middle Tenn.      7 1/2 at North Texas
   at South Alabama   4   W. Kentucky
   Arkansas St.      6 1/2 at Troy
   at Utah  Pk  California
   at Arizona      10 1/2 UCLA
   at UNLV  9 1/2      Wyoming
   at Utah St.  7  Texas-Arlington
   at Loyola Marymount  5  Pepperdine
   at Colorado       3       Stanford
   at Seattle 9 UTSA
   at Idaho 12     Texas St.
   San Francisco     2  at Portland
   at Cal Poly      5      Hawaii
   Louisiana Tech 6   at San Jose St.
   at UC Davis  2  Cal St.-Fullerton
   at Pacific  15      UC Riverside
   at UC Santa Barbara     2     CS Northridge
   at Arizona St. … 

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